Malaysian Customs calls for joint ops among Asean nations to curb smuggling

Datuk Seri T. Subromaniam. -Bernamapic

BUTTERWORTH: The Royal Malaysian Customs is appealing to all Asean countries to set up joint operations to combat smuggling activities which are getting rampant.

Its director-general Datuk Seri T. Subromaniam said he would put a proposal to the Customs Enforcement and Compliance Working Group (CECWG) during a meeting to be chaired by Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur next month.

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